Source code for openpathsampling.netcdfplus.base

import inspect
import logging
import weakref
import uuid
from types import MethodType

import sys
if sys.version_info > (3, ):
    long = int
    unicode = str

logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)

    getfullargspec = inspect.getfullargspec
except AttributeError:
    getfullargspec = inspect.getargspec

[docs]class StorableObject(object): """Mixin that allows objects of the class to to be stored using netCDF+ """ _weak_cache = weakref.WeakKeyDictionary() _weak_index = 0 _base = None _args = None observe_objects = False INSTANCE_UUID = list(uuid.uuid1().fields[:-1]) CREATION_COUNT = 0 ACTIVE_LONG = int(uuid.UUID( fields=tuple( INSTANCE_UUID + [CREATION_COUNT] ) )) @staticmethod def get_uuid(): StorableObject.ACTIVE_LONG += 2 return StorableObject.ACTIVE_LONG def reverse_uuid(self): return self.__uuid__ ^ 1 @staticmethod def ruuid(uid): return uid ^ 1
[docs] def __init__(self): self.__uuid__ = StorableObject.get_uuid()
@staticmethod def set_observer(active): """ (De-)Activate observing creation of storable objects This can be used to track which storable objects are still alive and hence look for memory leaks and inspect caching. Use :meth:`openpathsampling.netcdfplus.base.StorableObject.count_weaks` to get the current summary of created objects Parameters ---------- active : bool if `True` then observing is enabled. `False` disables observing. Per default observing is disabled. See Also -------- :meth:`openpathsampling.netcdfplus.base.StorableObject.count_weaks` """ if StorableObject.observe_objects is active: return if active: # activate and add __init__ def _init(self): StorableObject._weak_cache[self] = StorableObject._weak_index StorableObject._weak_index += 1 StorableObject.__init__ = MethodType(_init, None, StorableObject) StorableObject.observe_objects = True if not active: del StorableObject.__init__ @staticmethod def count_weaks(): """ Return number of objects subclassed from StorableObject still in memory This includes objects not yet recycled by the garbage collector. Returns ------- dict of str : int the dictionary which assigns the base class name of each references objects the integer number of objects still present """ summary = dict() complete = list(StorableObject._weak_cache) for obj in complete: name = obj.base_cls_name summary[name] = summary.get(name, 0) + 1 return summary def idx(self, store): """ Return the index which is used for the object in the given store. Once you store a storable object in a store it gets assigned a unique number that can be used to retrieve the object back from the store. This function will ask the given store if the object is stored if so what the used index is. Parameters ---------- store : :class:`openpathsampling.netcdfplus.ObjectStore` the store in which to ask for the index Returns ------- int or None the integer index for the object of it exists or `None` else """ if hasattr(store, 'index'): return store.index.get(self, None) else: return store.idx(self) @property def cls(self): """ Return the class name as a string Returns ------- str the class name """ return self.__class__.__name__ @classmethod def base(cls): """ Return the most parent class actually derived from StorableObject Important to determine which store should be used for storage Returns ------- type the base class """ if cls._base is None: if cls is not StorableObject and cls is not StorableNamedObject: if StorableObject in cls.__bases__ \ or StorableNamedObject in cls.__bases__: cls._base = cls else: if hasattr(cls.__base__, 'base'): cls._base = cls.__base__.base() else: cls._base = cls return cls._base def __hash__(self): return self.__uuid__ & 1152921504606846975 def __eq__(self, other): if self is other: return True if hasattr(other, '__uuid__'): return self.__uuid__ == other.__uuid__ return NotImplemented @property def base_cls_name(self): """ Return the name of the base class Returns ------- str the string representation of the base class """ return self.base().__name__ @property def base_cls(self): """ Return the base class Returns ------- type the base class See Also -------- :func:`base()` """ return self.base() @classmethod def descendants(cls): """ Return a list of all subclassed objects Returns ------- list of type list of subclasses of a storable object """ return cls.__subclasses__() + \ [g for s in cls.__subclasses__() for g in s.descendants()] @staticmethod def objects(): """ Returns a dictionary of all storable objects Returns ------- dict of str : type a dictionary of all subclassed objects from StorableObject. The name points to the class """ subclasses = StorableObject.descendants() return {subclass.__name__: subclass for subclass in subclasses if not subclass.__module__.startswith( '' )} @classmethod def args(cls): """ Return a list of args of the `__init__` function of a class Returns ------- list of str the list of argument names. No information about defaults is included. """ try: args = getfullargspec(cls.__init__) except TypeError: return [] return args[0] _excluded_attr = [] _included_attr = [] _exclude_private_attr = True _restore_non_initial_attr = True _restore_name = True def to_dict(self): """ Convert object into a dictionary representation Used to convert the dictionary into JSON string for serialization Returns ------- dict the dictionary representing the (immutable) state of the object """ excluded_keys = ['idx', 'json', 'identifier'] keys_to_store = { key for key in self.__dict__ if key in self._included_attr or ( key not in excluded_keys and key not in self._excluded_attr and not (key.startswith('_') and self._exclude_private_attr) ) } return { key: self.__dict__[key] for key in keys_to_store } @classmethod def from_dict(cls, dct): """ Reconstruct an object from a dictionary representaiton Parameters ---------- dct : dict the dictionary containing a state representaion of the class. Returns ------- :class:`openpathsampling.netcdfplus.StorableObject` the reconstructed storable object """ if dct is None: dct = {} if hasattr(cls, 'args'): args = cls.args() init_dct = {key: dct[key] for key in dct if key in args} try: obj = cls(**init_dct) if cls._restore_non_initial_attr: non_init_dct = { key: dct[key] for key in dct if key not in args} if len(non_init_dct) > 0: for key, value in non_init_dct.items(): setattr(obj, key, value) return obj except TypeError as e: if hasattr(cls, 'args'): err = ( 'Could not reconstruct the object of class `%s`. ' '\nStored parameters: %s \n' '\nCall parameters: %s \n' '\nSignature parameters: %s \n' '\nActual message: %s' ) % ( cls.__name__, str(dct), str(init_dct), str(cls.args), str(e) ) raise TypeError(err) else: raise else: return cls(**dct)
[docs]class StorableNamedObject(StorableObject): """Mixin that allows an object to carry a .name property that can be saved It is not allowed to rename an object once it has been given a name. Also storage usually sets the name to empty if an object has not been named before. This means that you cannot name an object, after is has been saved. """
[docs] def __init__(self): super(StorableNamedObject, self).__init__() self._name = '' self._name_fixed = False
@property def default_name(self): """ Return the default name. Usually derived from the objects class Returns ------- str the default name """ return '[' + self.__class__.__name__ + ']' def fix_name(self): """ Set the objects name to be immutable. Usually called after load and save to fix the stored state. """ self._name_fixed = True @property def name(self): """ Return the current name of the object. If no name has been set a default generated name is returned. Returns ------- str the name of the object """ if self._name == '': return self.default_name else: return self._name @name.setter def name(self, name): if self._name_fixed: raise ValueError(( 'Objects cannot be renamed to `%s` after is has been saved, ' 'it is already named `%s`') % (name, self._name)) if not isinstance(name, (unicode, str)): raise TypeError("Invalid name type: " + type(name).__name__) if name != self._name: self._name = name logger.debug( 'Nameable object is renamed from `%s` to `%s`' % (self._name, name)) @property def is_named(self): """True if this object has a custom name. This distinguishes default algorithmic names from assigned names. """ return self._name != "" def named(self, name): """Name an unnamed object. This only renames the object if it does not yet have a name. It can be used to chain the naming onto the object creation. It should also be used when naming things algorithmically: directly setting the .name attribute could override a user-defined name. Parameters ---------- name : str the name to be used for the object. Can only be set once Examples -------- >>> import openpathsampling as p >>> full = p.FullVolume().named('myFullVolume') """ if not self.is_named and not self._name_fixed: = name return self
def create_to_dict(keys_to_store): def to_dict(self): return {key: getattr(self, key) for key in keys_to_store} return to_dict